Apple Opens Doors to Public Betas for iOS 17 and More

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Apple has released public betas for iOS 17, iPadOS 17, macOS Sonoma, tvOS 17, watchOS 10, and HomePod Software 17. The company announced at WWDC it would launch its public betas for customers in July, and here we are as promised.

The Public beta program allows any Apple customer to test out its latest software—no developer account required.

Once enrolled in the program, members can access the betas and install them on their devices. This allows users to test drive the new features, assess the performance, and share thoughts and suggestions for improvement directly to Apple. Feedback is made easy through the Feedback Assistant app, a direct channel to the Apple development team.

How to get started? Sign in on Apple’s public beta website and download the latest software betas to your devices. It’s highly recommended to use a secondary device to test out the software, which can be buggy still.

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